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What's next for Batman after The Dark Knight has risen?
Gary Collinson discusses the possibilities for the Batman movie franchise after Christopher Nolan makes his Gotham swan song with The Dark Knight Rises...
On July 20th, 2012 director Christopher Nolan will deliver the third and final instalment in his Batman trilogy with the release of
The Dark Knight Rises
, the highly-anticipated follow-up to
The Dark Knight
So far the project has been shrouded in secrecy, although we do know that Nolan will be reuniting with Inception’s Tom Hardy (who will portray an as-yet-unnamed villain, with Professor Hugo Strange the favourite), while Christian Bale, Morgan Freeman, Gary Oldman and Michael Caine will all make their return to Gotham City.
Meanwhile Nolan has revealed there will be a female villain (my money's on the inclusion of Talia al Ghul), and confirmed that fan favourite The Riddler will not be making an appearance, despite strong fan support
for the likes of Johnny Depp and Joseph Gordon-Levitt
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